- define ‘hero’ > focus on everyday heroes / compare and contrast / react
- video study method
- interaction and reading comprehension
- hero vocabulary.
WARNING! Miss Lecatre will be absent on Monday 14th ( attending official meeting on Teaching Methods and New Technologies DANE) so do your homework for Tuesday 15th please!
Be ready to answer Q/A in teams on the videos. Complete your table with a pencil. Learn your vocabulary!
Directions: Watch 3 videos
“How do you say.. in English ?”/ “What’s the English word for …? “
Interactive Q/ A challenge!
Who did what?
Where did it happen?
When did it happen?
Why did it happen?
New York subway / witness / panic / man / children / jump / tracks
In New York subway a man with his children jumped and saved a guy who was in front of the subway train next to a witness.
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